Brotherhood Talks
Climate Justice: the moral and political dimensions of responding to climate change
Aug 7, 2019 · 44 min
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Professor Jeremy Moss says the concept of justice needs to be front and centre of our efforts to reduce the harmful impacts of climate change. If we don’t, he says, we could make a very bad situation worse.

To avoid dangerous climate change, the world must drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions. social and economic changes to achieve that will be costly and disruptive. The choices we make will determine who benefits and who bears the burden.

Jeremy Moss is a Professor of Political Philosophy and Co-Director of the Practical Justice Initiative at the University of New South Wales, where he leads the Climate Justice Research Program. He also chaired the UNESCO working group on Climate Ethics and Energy Security.

This episode presents highlights of a public talk, hosted by the Brotherhood of St Laurence Research and Policy Centre in April 2019.

Duration: 42 mins 31 secs
Published/Podcast: August 2019

Producers: Aysha Zackariya and Sharon Lee
Music: Lee Rosevere

Transcript: Climate Justice podcast transcript (283KB PDF)

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